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FOX News
Jul 30, 2013 7:00pm PDT
jobs have been lost since obama took office. the country is hanging by a thread here. it's hanging by a thread we're about to lose it. the democrats are the people that need to be seated. obama is about to eliminate opposition, not work with it. i think our ideas will trump obama's ideas every day. >> tonight, rush limbaugh goes on the record in a rare interview, rush tells us, president obama likes scandals. now, our one hour interview with rush limbaugh. talking about the scandal. president obama says the scandals are phony. why do you think he says they're phony, because he believes it or is there a strategy? >> no, there's a strategy. i've been troubled by something the obama -- i playfully call it the regime, because i know it irritates them. it is a regime. >> here is a man whose policies have done great damage to this country. policies have done great damage to the economy. have done great damage to the american culture, to the american psyche. i mean, there is a malaise, there's a sense of hopelessness and depression out there. and it's his policies that have done this. wha
FOX News
Jul 26, 2013 3:00pm PDT
report" is next! >>> the group charged with enforcing obama care objects to being forced into obama care. this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. we are repeatedly told by the administration that the affordable care act is now the law of the land, and it is, but groups that traditionally support the president and his policies are now lining up to try to get out of obama care. tonight another bump in what has been a rocky road for implementation of the law. and this one involves the irs, responsible for enforcing that law. chief white house correspondent ed henry has our lead story tonight. >> reporter: to hear president obama's top advisers tell it, everything is going just fine, thank you very much, with signing new people up for his controversial health care law. >> for millions of americans they will have access to affordable care that they don't have at their place of work or that they haven't been able to afford in the past. >> reporter: what secretary kathleen sebelius didn't mention, some of his allies in organized labor don't seem to share excitement, with nationa
FOX News
Jul 30, 2013 6:00pm PDT
-called obama care death panels are alive and well. the former head of the democratic party who also happens to be a medical doctor, he is sounding the alarm. in a wall street journal op ed, 2004 presidential contender, howard dean is screaming about what he calls a major problem with the law known as the independent payment advisory board. dmou, according to dr. dean, the ipab is essentially a health care rationing body, by sending reimbursement rates for medicare, by determining which procedures and drugs will be covered at what price the ipab will be able to stop certain treatments its members do not favor by simply setting rates to levels where no doctor or hospital will perform them. there's a couple reasons why the story is important to you and your family. a high profile democrat is finally admitting this board is a health care rationing body. number two, he's also acknowledging that this body has the authority to stop certain treatments, that's scary. number three, and perhaps the most important reason of all, this developing story serves as yet another frightening reminder that we w
FOX News
Jul 29, 2013 3:00am PDT
quote going why would he come to the rescue of barack obama at this point because mitt romney was right there with him, and it looks like a deal was done, some said behind closed doors. some said i'm going to do this but you've got to support hillary, and it kind of looks like that. this four-hour mini series, two things that probably won't be in it: benghazi, probably not going to talk about that. what about the mess left at the department of state after she left? remember that diplomat accused of hiring prostitutes and drugs? i got a feeling it won't be in the movie. >>anna: i was reading it will start from 1998 on. you wonder if monica lewinsky and gennifer flowers will be in it? >> coming up, something else near and dear to a lot of people, and that is obamacare. obamacare call centers are only hiring part-time
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2013 7:00pm EDT
, obama administration, that has spit on its promises of openness and transparency how in second term added a new element to its little bittal behavior. obama administration is looking for a fight. and as many fights as they can find. treasury secretary jack liu hit sunday show circuit with ultimatum for republicans if president obama do not get his way on the upcoming budget and debt ceiling battles, he will not negotiate. here is liu drawing the president's line in the sand, and kicking sand in the eyes of the g.o.p. >> president has made clear, he has told congress he will not sign a bill, if it fixes defense at expense of domestic spending, congress has it write bills that meet challenge. >> lew making his comments after washington post reports that top obama administration officials are pushing strategy that would lead to a government shut down if republicans continue to demand spending cuts and refusen to the sequester, and furthering administration stone call of irs targets of conservatives. fox news sunday host chris wallace asking lew if irs chief council, william wilkins had
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
this far. and of course to the president behind the big push, barack obama. blessed are the peacemakers. and that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "politicsnation" with all sharpton starts right now. >>> thanks, chris, and thanks to you for tuning in. i am live from washington, d.c. tonight's lead, fighting for voting rights. today the president of the united states called civil rights leaders to the white house to say are you ready to fight back. i was there in that meeting, and i saw firsthand how the president is determined to hit back against right-wing efforts to block the vote in the wake of the supreme court's decision to gut the voting rights act. since that ruling, republicans have gone on a rampage with states all across the south running wild to restrict voting. that includes north carolina, where any moment now, the republican governor is expected to sign into law the worst attack on voting rights since the jim crowe era. this is outrageous. this is exactly the kind of blatant attempt to suppress the vote that the obama administration has promised to fight aga
Jul 26, 2013 1:00am PDT
after a summer of heated town hall meetings and congressman joe wilson's outburst at president obama during wednesday's address to congress. >> you lie! >> among today's organizers, former house majority leader dick armey, now the chairman of conservative action group, freedom works. >> that wasn't just rallies and things that these firms organized. they also sent people to hound elected officials in their districts to try and embarrass and harass them into voting against health reform. >> corporate lobbyists are organizing far right hooligan tactics to disrupt civic meetings about health care reform. this is the organized use of intimidation as a political tool in the united states, and i don't mean intimidation euphemistically. i mean literal intimidation. new york congressman tim bishop, who we showed you earlier, he ended up having to be escorted to his car by five police officers for his own safety after his town hall event was over. >> meanwhile, the strategy for defeating health reform back in washington was twofold. one was lie about what it would do and to whom it would do i
FOX News
Jul 23, 2013 6:00pm PDT
issues from race relations, obama care. no topic tonight is off limits. as we've seen in the wake of the zimmerman verdict, and even following the 2012 presidential election, there is a great divide that exists here in america today, and it's time to explore why. in a few minutes, utah senator mike lee will join us from washington, he's going to tackle the sensitive issue of health care. and then a liberal and conserve collide when juan williams will square off with allen west on the topic of race. before we get to all of that, time to welcome in our brilliant studio audience who will be here for the next 60 minutes. good to see you all. how divided is america? >> 8 absolutely. anyone say 10? >> noelle, why? >> i think barack obama when he got to be president immediately started on class warfare, and immediately started with pitting the races. our nation is more divided since he became president. i feel that within people, with money, i feel that with money, i feel that in every aspect that we can. i think obama care, i think everything that he has done has been nothing but divide
Jul 26, 2013 7:00pm EDT
obama care for all of us don't want to be forced to go on obama care themselves. you know what i say? they should eat their own cooking. we thought anthony weiner were the ethically challenged ones. and now there are questions about his wife, huma abedin. why is she getting a six-figure salary from the state department? why is she stone walling a senate investigation? all that and more coming up on the "kudlow report" right now. >>> first up, the white house saying today president obama likely won't name fed chairman ben bernanke's replacement to the fall. the battle for the seat is on but it seems to be less about monetary policy and more about gender. good evening, john. >> this looks like a choice between two ivy league educated economist who is served democratic presidents, but the race between larry summers and janet yellen has become something more than that. yellen is the current fed vice chair expected to continue the policies bernanke has established, but she'd also be the first woman chair of the fed and enjoys the backing of prominent female economists and members of congr
FOX News
Jul 29, 2013 10:00am PDT
or on government assistance. this comes as president obama tries to return the focus on job proprietary. his highest proprietary is reverse income and poverty. chris star well. joining us live. chris, the numbers are not encouraging. >> no, there is not a great deal to be encouraged about the american economy. we had green shoots but the news from the american economy is like the middle east or afghanistan. sometimes it is better than it was or better than the alternative. but the presence of actual good news about the american economy is few and far in between and what the president is saying, in order to combat the uncertainty and anxiety that people are feeling and especially hard hit were white americans and especially in rural areas and places like aplatchia and in order to combat this, we need to launch a big round of government spending. we need tax increases on top earners to spend a lot of money and build out infrastructure to help these feel more economically secure. >> 46.2 million people living below the poverty. 15 percent of the entire population. we know in the last five years
FOX News
Jul 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
to obama's desire. while there are risks to him, for example, in this release of the palestinian prisoners that israel has been holding, he thinks it's better for him to allow the administration to quote, unquote, succeed in getting the talks going and then pin the blame on the palestin n palestinians when they fail, as i think they inevitably will. >> we've seen this movie before. what do we do about that? >> i think netanyahu has his eye on the bigger picture, which honestly is where the united states' eye ought to be as well. that's the iranian nuclear weapons program. i think netanyahu wants to clear the decks in his relationship with the obama administration against the day when israel may have to decide to take military action against the iranian nuclear program. i think if that day comes netanyahu wants to be able to say to obama i did everything you asked me to do on the israeli/palestinian situation. even at great political risk. now i need you and the united states to stand with me and israel in the attack against iran's nuclear program. >> ambassador, if we do, indeed, get to t
Jul 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
and held in prison for years at the request of president obama. afterwas first jailed exposing a u.s. cruise missile attack in yemen that killed 14 women and 21 children. we will speak with investigative journalist jeremy's cahill reports extensively on the .ttack in his look and film, >> i said, what do you have to show that abdulelah haider shaye is affiliated with al qaeda or a terrorist? they said, we don't have anything to say on that right now. as detroit declares bankruptcy, president obama kicks off a series of speeches about the economy and his plan to rejuvenate the middle class. the stakes could not be higher. from will get reaction richard wolfe, author of, "democracy at work: a cure for capitalism." this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama has kicked off a series of heavily promoted speeches about the economy in his plan to rejuvenate the u.s. middle class. speaking in illinois, he said the economic recovery has been too skewed toward the top one percent. >> even though our businesses are creating new jobs, ne
FOX Business
Jul 29, 2013 10:00pm EDT
for being with us. the obama administration has made promises of transparency and is now in the that the term added a new element to political behavior. the obama administration is now open for a fight. as many fights as they can get. jack lew said president obama doesn't get his way on the upcoming debt ceiling battles, he will not negotiate. here he is drawing the president's line in the sand and that name time kicking sand in the eyes of the gop. >> the president has made clear that he wants to start investing in the future. lou: lew making his comments after "the washington post" were ordered to topple the obama administration officials are pushing a strategy that will lead to a government shutdown if republicans continue to demand spending cuts and refuse to and the sequester. irs attorneys reveal the chief office has been involved in the tea partyx-exempt applications. an office that reports directly to the treasury department. >> a lot of time has gone into asking questions of a lot of people. we will cooperating with all of the ongoing investigations. i am just ch
FOX News
Jul 26, 2013 2:00pm PDT
parties right now and making big headlines i think is a very dangerous thought. president obama has done nothing to change the policies of the bush administration in the war on terrorism and i mean practically nothing, and you know why? because they work. i love all these esoteric debates people are getting in. >> senator rand paul for example? >> you can name any number of people who engaged in it, and he's one of them. >> the kentucky senator thought fit to fight back. he said chris christie worries about the dangers of freedom, i worry about the danger of losing that freedom. spying without warrants is unconstitutional. greg, i am going to you, if we go to this side of the table, you'll never get a word in edgewise. >> what's that supposed to mean. >> take it from me. >> i forfeit my spot to these guys any day. >> do you have a point? >> i think this rift is the best thing that happened to the left and to president obama. greenwald was a genius because he has cleefd the adversaries, instead of healthy debate, we have one side accusing another of shredding the constitution, the other s
Jul 31, 2013 3:00pm PDT
they better tow the line. >> the media has aligned with obama to defeat republicans. >> the focus of this administration as they attempt to annihilate the republican party. >> he never appears to be governing. >> the president is finished with governing. >> i'm about defeating them. not compromising with them. >> so you did compromise. >> we found common ground. >> why won't you say -- you're afraid of the word. >> i reject the word. >> speaker boehner must be attending rush limbaugh's speech writing workshops. one by one, the gop mimic what rush says. but what might even be worse, they refuse to denounce his ugly talk that pollutes our political conversation. >> we have a name for michelle, moochelle. mooch, mooch, moochello obama. he's a street thug. as a community organizer that's what you are. you're a street thug. there is a gay mafia that has inflicted the fear of death, political death in the republican party. as the cdc ever published a story of the dangers of catching diseases when you sleep with illegal aliens. 2016, waiting to happen. that is if obama decides to abdicat
Comedy Central
Jul 29, 2013 11:30pm PDT
a new way to stop obama-care. instead of calling them death panels, how about murder councils? then a new victory for gun rights. i wonder what i should shoot in the air to celebrate. plus my guest rock folkers the lumineers are here because of the re-release of their first album although if you ask me their earlier stuff is much better. china is launching a 24-hour panda-cam. oh, i can't wait to see those majestic creatures assemble an i-pad. this is the colbert report. captioning sponsored by comedy central [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: welcome to the report. good to have you with us. thanks. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! tephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much. nation, nation, i hope you're ready because you have to lock your lungs and batten down your colon because obama-care is coming. the individual mandate takes effect on new year's day which means when the times square ball drops, it will immediately be checked for lumps. worse, folks, worse, this bloated bureaucratic program that will never work has started working. >> the department of health
FOX News
Jul 27, 2013 11:30am PDT
. >>> president obama taking his economic agenda on the road, giving a series of heavily promoted speeches defending his office's handling of the economy and trying to refolk tuesday media's attention. >> with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. >> more details emerge about the irs targeted conservative groups. >> you said you only work on tea party groups. is that correct? >> in 2010, that's correct. >> why are the mainstream media ignoring the details? a "new york times" reporter fights to protect his sources and tries to stay out of jail. and have you met carlos danger? former congressman anthony weiner faces the media after admitting to more sexting. how many passes will the press give him? a mecca media blitz for william and kate's new prince of covering the coverage next on "news watch." >> writer and fox news contributor judy miller. radio talk show host monica crowley. jim pinkerton, american conservative magazine. merrill brown, school of communication and media. fox news contributor rick grinne
Jul 31, 2013 7:00pm EDT
? >>> and then switching gears completely, get this, obama care is bad for cancer patients. the doctor who said so in today's "wall street journal" joins us this evening to explain why. all those stories and more, coming up on "the kudlow report," beginning right now. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." first up tonight, let me repeat, i do not see a fed taper for many, many months, perhaps not even until early next year. why? gdp growth may have topped forecasters' predictions today, but year on year we're looking at 1.4% gdp, 1.5% inflation, less than 3%, 2.9% nominal gdp. these are incredibly slow recovery numbers. that is why i think there's no need for the fed tapering or tightening. they never mention tapering in today's statement. but they did have a slight downgrade of the economy. and they mentioned inflation. i think there's absolutely no way the fed can do anything in september under these weak economic conditions. all right? let's talk about this. we have former federal reserve governor frederick mishkin. rick mishkin is currently an economics professor at
FOX News
Jul 28, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. president obama was out campaigning this week pushing his plan to boost the economy by helping the middle class. and attacking washington is too focused on quote, phony scandal. republicans say they heard it all before. on friday i sat down with treasury secretary jack lew. >> welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be with you. >> president obama keeps calling for more spending to pay for infrastructure, to pay for education, to pay for clean energy. all thing he's been pushing for almost two years and all things republicans have repeatedly rejected. the president says that the gop attempts to repeal obama care over and over again are meaningless. isn't this just as meaningless? >> yeah, chris. i think what the president was talking about this week, what he's going to be talking about in the coming weeks is what we need to do to build a better future for america's middle class, how to have a future, better opportunity for jobs. how to have security in education for your children. and health care in retirement security. how to be secure in your home. these are things the middle clas
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2013 10:00am EDT
>>> good evening everybody. thank you for being with us. president obama today talked about job creation and the economy for the 12th time since he took office back in 2009. leaving many to ask the question, why now? the president himself answered the question in a candid and frank manner in a speech designed to change the conversation. president obama took a clear shot at republicans who continue to pursue the truth regarding the numerous scandals currently engulfing his administration. >> but with this endless pprade of distractions anddpolitical posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. and i'm here to say, this needs to stop. this moment does not require short term thinking. it does not require having the same old stale debates. >> the president talking about the scandals as phony? should president obama ask the families of the four americans killed in the benghazi terrorist attacks that their pursuit of the truth regarding how the government did or did not go to the aid of their loved ones, could that be phony? how about fox news chief washing
FOX News
Jul 24, 2013 3:00pm PDT
page. "special report" is up next. >>> president obama makes what's billed as a major address on the economy, an address many white house watchers say he could have delivered on the 2012 campaign, with the addition of one now popular white house phrase, phony scandals. this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama is looking to put the past scandals behind him with a major series of economic speeches that white house officials say will chart the way forward. the speech had the length of the state of the union address, didn't contain many specifics, and while it wasn't supposed to be a campaign speech, it did have a familiar tone and similar rhetoric to last fall. chief white house correspondent ed henry has our lead story tonight. >> reporter: clocking in one hour and four minutes, this speech was three minutes longer than president obama's state of the union at the start of his second term. >> if we just stand by and do nothing in the face of immense change, understand that part of our character will be lost. >> a speech so familiar that he could hav
FOX News
Jul 24, 2013 9:00pm PDT
right here because we're definitely looking out for you. >>> welcome to "hannity." today president obama spoke at knox college, illinois, for one hour and 40 minutes. to put that in perspective, that's longer than his most state recent state of the union address. we'll be playing it at the bottom of the screen to show you how ridiculous it was for the president to spend that long to explain the economy. he used every platitude, every bumper sticker, every cliche he's already used over the last five years. it's getting very boring to me. and we're going to check in. first our top story tonight. the talk of new york city and beyond. it's being called weinergate part 2. he apologized yet again for another sexting scandal. >> i have said that other texts and photos were likely to come out, and today they have. as i've said in the past, these things that i did were wrong and hurtful to my wife and caused us to go through many challenges in our marriage that extended past my resignation from congress. while some of the things that have been posted today are true and some are not, there's no qu
Jul 31, 2013 6:00am PDT
. >> thanks for watching. >>> thanks, guys. president obama takes his budget bargain hopes to capitol hill trying to unify democrats behind his plan before congress clears out for the august recess. meanwhile, the republican two top party players won't quit. the philosophical fight for 2016 is playing out earlier than expe expected. also this morning, sentencing gets under way for bradley manning. what implications could his fate have for moscow's most famous airport resident edward snowden? very good morning from washington. it's wednesday, july 31st, 2013, and this is the "daily rundown." i'm kristin welker in for my friend chuck todd. this00 the president heads to capitol hill to huddle with house and senate democrats. on the agenda, selling his redefined grand bargain. in chattanooga, tennessee, on tuesday, the president promised to cut corporate taxes in return for investments in infrastructure, education and job training. republicans rushed to respond. no deal. >> if folks in washington really want a grand bargain, how about a grand bargain for middle class jobs? how about a grand ba
Jul 26, 2013 7:00am EDT
for them now because if it was not for them standing up for obama, we would have no hope. but as far as immigration, i think the senate has it a little bit wrong. and i am glad they did not just take that bill. for one thing, there's not agents.ce i think they should close the border. and then when it comes to the ice agents, i think their hands are tied. i am glad the republicans are taking their time and trying to come up with their own bill. the problem is, sometimes that one republican will say everybodyand then believes the whole party feels that way. i think they are misjudged in a lot of ways. but i am glad they are taking their time. said thatime they they would close the border and then later take care of the problem when reagan was in, and nothing happened. afraid ofittle bit what the democrats will do if we just take the whole bill. host: ok. gina. picayune, mississippi. republican. go ahead. caller: i just wanted to say wasn'tes, maybe that exactly nice what he said. and of course, not true about all illegal immigrants coming over. but we also have to remember that they a
FOX News
Jul 24, 2013 1:00am PDT
civil rights leaders and for president obama to try to solve the black crime problem. we will follow up tonight with charles krauthammer. ♪ with my were. >> a report says kanye west, jay-z and madonna will boycott florida because of the stand your ground law. we will debate the worthiness of that. >> i have got 99 but the -- hit me. >> bill: you say you knocked jesse ventura to the floor with a punch. >> well, i knocked him down. >> tonight the late chris keil told the factor he was angry with ventura for disrespecting the military. now ventura is suing his widow. is this horrendous or what? is it legal on the case. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. huge reaction to my memo last night about why the black crime problem is not, not being addressed in america. and that is the subject of talkingning's prime points memo. first of all, if you want to see what i said last night, please go to bill o' or also my remarks are all over cyberspace today. the
FOX News
Jul 29, 2013 3:00pm PDT
and how elusive the american dream is for millions. all of this as president obama and his family go on vacation you can only dream about. >> reporter: despite budget battles, president obama plans an eight day vacation on martha's vineyard. while house republicans are on recess until september 9th, both insist they can avoid government shut down. >> there's ample time to make sure it doesn't happen. we don't need more self inflicted wounds. >> reporter: the lack of urgency, despite two studies that show the economy is deteriorating, with the rich getting richer, while the poor are struggling even more. associated press is out today with a new survey showing four out of five americans, 80%, live near poverty without work or relying on welfare at least once in their lives. meanwhile, recent study by pugh research found in two years of the obama administration, the mean wealth of households rose by 28%, while the mean net worth of households in the lower 93% dropped by 4%, which the president has been highlighting on his economic road show to claim he is standing up for the middle clas
FOX News
Jul 26, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. both president obama and his press secretary using the same word, phony, to describe very real problems. former alaska governor, sarah palin joins us. good evening, governor. >> hi, greta. you have to ask yourself which one does he consider being a phony scandal. i think this is a trophy, it's not a coincidence that he and his spokesperson are using this term, phony scandal. it's like jonah goldberg asked this morning, which one does he consider phony? benghazi, where 200 plus years of honorable military were thrown out the window and we left our own behind to be slaughtered by radical muslims? does he consider a phony scandal when we understand now that our government spies on us and then government lies to us? which one does he consider specifically as a phony scandal? >> do you know what i don't understand, i understand saying something off the cuff and choosing a bad word, it happens us to all of us and we get pounded for saying it, but this was actually, the press secretary saying it on one day when they're supposedly talking about an economic speech and then the president does the
Jul 28, 2013 5:00am PDT
does. >>> president obama barn storms the country to talk about jobs but will republicans let him do anything? there was a common lament about president obama is that he was stuck in the past, pivoting to jobs and offering the same old economic policies you've been peddling for years. for one thing, it probably makes sense to advocate for the same policies if they haven't been implemented, especially if the economy is in glaringly in need of a boost but more than that, president obama is pivoting jobs and economy suggests he hasn't been focused on it the past four years. that's a tough line to swallow when you look at what he's done or what he's tried to do these past four years on the economy. we can start a month into his presidency, althoul the way bac winter of 2009, signed the stimulus bill into law. meant to turn around an economy that had lost 800,000 jobs in a single month. not a single house republican voted for the measure and only three senate republicans went along with it. one of those senators, arlen specter, too so much heat that he switched parties. here's the kicker,
Jul 29, 2013 1:00pm PDT
for a power lunch with obama. everybody is guessing. among the prevailing theories is that it had something -- something to do with clinton's rumor to run for the white house in 2016. let's assume that clinton is the democratic nominee. who would she presumably face? there's a major power struggle going on about the direction of the republican party, everything from foreign policy to the role of national security to defending obama care. and texas freshman senator ted cruz is right smack dab in the thick of all of it. he's only been in the senate for six months but he may have an early edge anyway. the tea party has been serving up more red meat than the salt lick. that's an amazing barbecue joint in his home state if you haven't had the weekend. over the weekend, senator cruz one one of the straw polls for the 2016 race. >> jake, by invoking the salt lick you're making me hungry and wish i was back in austin right now. >> we all wish we were in austin right now. the pope sat through 82 minutes of direct questioning, i'm hope we go can get through eight minutes of it with direct answers. yo
Jul 27, 2013 6:30am PDT
obama says she seeking a better bargain for the middle class. a bold economic agenda or another speech for history? i am christina roman. this is "your money." investment in intra structure and a secure retirement, and this week at the college in tkaeulzburg, illinois, the president laid out the corner stoerpb of middle class security. >> when the wrongs on the latter of opportunity grow father and fath farther apart. >> it's not the first time president obama spoke at knox college, when the president was a newly elected senator with less gray hair he delivered the commencement address there, and he laid out his economic vision for the country, expressing the importance of education, and threatening the forces of tkpwhr globalization of technology, and back then the unemployment rate is 5%, and today is it 7.6%, and the gdp was growing at 3%, and tuition at knox college has grown. and the president says this country cleared away the rubble of the financial crisis but he also says there is much more to do. the question, will a renewed laser focus on the middle class change the conversat
FOX News
Jul 27, 2013 8:00am PDT
himself saying it was not. it is just conservatives they were targeting. >> oh president obama, wouldn't he love for us to forget it and move on? but the obnorthbounds and unaccountable federal agency blunted the obama ground game and anti- president obama ground game and he has to remember there is a lot of emotion tied up in every election and this is no different and the scandal is not going away. people want answers. >> rich, we saw the power of the tea party in the 2010 elections. the president and democratic operatives did not want the same in 2012. >> absolutely. when the house is in republican hands it thwarts president obama's agenda and reaches his legacy in history. the former irs shulman visited the white white onepen times. do i think it will get scandal in no. we have the most politicalized attorney general since nixon's john mitchell in erebbing holder. he would fall on a sword before it goes anywhere. >> sabrina, there is a congressional committee that is intend on following it. >> i think we do. but rich is right. the president is up in the clouds. at best, he is truly
Jul 28, 2013 10:00am PDT
sunday. >> and held again, from fox news in washington, president obama was out campaigning this week, pushing his plan to boost the economy buy helping the middle class, and attacking washington as too focused on quote, phony scandals. republicans say they have heard it all before. on friday, i sat down with treasury secretary jack lew, thank you for he being with us. >> thank you. >> the president keeps asking for more money for he educations and for all things that the republicans have repeatedly rejected. the president said that the gop's attempts to repeal obama-care is meaningless, isn't this just as meaningless. >> what the president has been talking about and what he will be talking about in the coming weeks is how to have a future for the middle class and better opportunity for jobs, how toe have security in education for your children, and health care, and retirement security. how to be secure in your home, these are the things that the american middle class worries about. and it's what they want us in washington to worry about, we will keep talking about these things becaus
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Jul 29, 2013 6:00pm PDT
behind the scenes of the battle to defund obama care. >> i'm sitting here because i love him. >> i love him. >> i respect him. >> i believe in him. >> i believe in him. >> the erie similarity between two of the most talked about scandals in american history. >> the right wing doesn't want an honest conversation. they are trying to distort the truth and rewrite history. >> all of that, plus, my can't miss message. my response to left news wing anchor, the right wing host reverend al sharpton. i'm sean hannity. senator rand paul will be here to take us behind the feet that is dividing some republicans. first, late last week the chief, outspoken executive of new jersey, chris christie, put himself in the limelight by criticizing one of his gop colleagues. let's take a look. >> this strain of libertarianism that is going through both parties right now and making big headlines, i think, is a very dangerous thought. and that the governor now of a state that lost the second most people of 9/11 and still seeing those families, john, i love all of those esoteric debates that people are getting i
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